This (before Firefox 29):
Was much better than this:
Instead of having the useful dropdown and inspector icons on the annotation box itself, you now need to move the mouse cursor to the markup in the HTML pane way down below and right-click with the mouse to see the options to copy inner or outer HTML, edit HTML, etc.
Paul Fitts would be pissed off.1
I am, too. Fortunately, Bugzilla exists.
Update: Brendan Eich has stepped down from his role as Mozilla CEO. Bravo. The right thing to do, and this becomes a positive message from Mozilla.
My friend Margo recently put forth the following questions:
Should I give up Firefox? What should I use instead?
The first question regards Mozilla’s current political crisis and whether we should stop using Mozilla’s Firefox web browser because of it. I keep changing my mind about whether Brendan Eich should resign, but lets wait before abandoning the rest of Mozilla, including Firefox.
I’ve been having issues with this when developing new websites. Firefox saves the 301 redirects in the cache, so if your server or application is configured to redirect /index.html to /en/index.html and you make changes, the cached redirect is used instead and you can’t see the changes.
Search for text when I start typing allows you to quickly navigate to text or hyperlinks in a web page. This feature has two modes. Press / and start typing to search all text on the current page, or press ‘ before your string to search hyperlinks only. Firefox will highlight matching text or hyperlinks as you type.
Press ‘ followed by a word in the hyperlink you want.